A hectic beach on Koh Lan island, off Pattaya, pre-Covid-19. (File image)

PATTAYA, Chon Buri: Popular traveler island Koh Lan is all set to resume to visitors after the Centre for Covid-19 Scenario Administration (CCSA) reduced travel constraints from Sept 1, an island neighborhood leader stated on Tuesday.

Booncherd Boonying, chairman of the Koh Lan neighborhood, stated about 70% of the island’s locals had actually been immunized versus Covid-19.

In the early phase of opening, beaches would stay closed and without deckchair services.

Nevertheless, all resorts, lodging centers and other traveler areas were all set for clients.

Health precaution would be strictly used – consisting of usage of hand sanitising gel, face masks and social distancing – for trip operators and travelers, who would be provided temprature checks at all boat piers and other locations.

Mr Booncherd stated Thai and foreign travelers were welcome, however the restriction on migrant employees would continue.

Traveler boats in between Koh Lan and Pattaya would run 3 times a day – in the early morning, midday and the night.

If the scenario enhanced, with more traveler arrivals, more boats would be returned into service, he stated.

He did not state when the opening would really start.

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